Dear Potential Investor,

With the extension of Section 181 of the Federal tax code, along with state incentives, there is simply no better time to invest in motion pictures. Why? Because there is no business with manufacturing capital entry requirements as low as motion pictures where the potential return can be unlimited over the short, medium and long term.

When economic hardship becomes a daily reality, there are many markets that inevitably end up taking a significant hit. Areas such as real estate, automotive, and many other big-ticket industries tend to struggle mightily during times of personal hardship, as consumers look for a way to curb their expenditures.

Small luxuries experience a spike in sales during tough times. Because people are unable to splurge on extravagant purchases, they tend to increase their consumption of more affordable indulgences, such as beauty products, piano lessons for their children and trips to the movies. People still treat themselves every once in a while – they just tend to be smarter about how they do it.

The swaying of the market isn’t the only reason to invest in movies right now. With the advent of new digital technologies, it is now possible to create high-quality video imagery at a significantly lower cost than ever before. In House Media is putting this opportunity to good use, creating films that require much lower budgets, without having to sacrifice quality in order to do so. In a very real sense, it is simply less expensive than ever before to invest in movies and their distribution.

Yours Truly,

Glenn Withrow